Things to do in Vancouver
Vancouver is a popular tourist destination, with many opportunities for sightseeing. Below is a partial list of popular attractions.
VISIT STANLEY PARK
Stanley Park is North America’s third-largest park and a hugely popular destination. Explore the park on foot, on rental bicycles, or in a horse-drawn carriage.
Distance from hotel – 1.4 km (.87 miles)
BOOK A FLOAT PLANE TOUR
View the beauty of the Vancouver area by air! Harbour Air, North America’s largest seaplane airline, offers a variety of tours. See www.harbourair.com for tour information and booking.
Distance from hotel – 210 m (.13 miles)
EXPERIENCE “FLYOVER CANADA”
Using advanced technology, this ride simulates experiencing British Columbia’s most beautiful locations as if you were really there. See www.flyovercanada.com for ticket information.
Distance from hotel – 700 m (.44 miles)
SHOP AT GRANVILLE ISLAND PUBLIC MARKET
This former industrial site is now an artsy neighborhood anchored by the huge Public Market, where you can purchase produce, artisanal foods and hand-crafted items. Best way to get there is by shared car service or taxi.
Distance from hotel – 4.5 km (2.80 miles)
STROLL AROUND GASTOWN
Gastown is the oldest commercial center in Vancouver, known for its beautiful Victorian-style architecture. Stroll its cobbled streets, stop at one of the microbreweries, and explore unique boutiques.
Distance from hotel - 1.2 km (.75 miles)
POPULAR RESTAURANTS NEAR HOTEL – PARTIAL LIST
Cactus Club Café – 200 m (.13 miles) – Waterfront
Cardero’s Restaurant – 750 m (.47 miles) – Waterfront
Lift Bar Grill View – 1.2 km (.75 miles) – Waterfront
Café Villagio – 650 m (.34 miles) – near Waterfront
Carlino Restaurant – 500 m (.31 miles)
Joe Fortes Seafood and Chophouse – 550 m (.34 miles)
Black+Blue – 500 m (.35 miles)
Teahouse in Stanley Park – 5.6 km (3.48 miles)
Rocky Mountaineer - 2 Day Rail - Vancouver to Banff
Relax and join us onboard Rocky Mountaineer for two days of all-daylight rail travel through Canada's West and the Canadian Rockies.